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May 13, 2012 9:40pm EDT
of the united states, mitt romney [applause] >> thank you so very much. good thank you for the very powerful and moving and emotional introduction. thank you for your friendship. . pastor, thank you. faculty and staff and distinguished guests, parents and friends, and graduating seniors from liberty, for the graduates, this marks a clear ending and a clear beginning. did the task set before you four years ago is completed in full. to the class of 2012, well done and congratulations. i am told some of you may have taken longer than four years to complete your studies. good one of them said he completed its in only two terms, clinton costs and bush's. i share this with kathy. the romney campaign comes to a sudden stop when we spot a chick-fil-a. it is comfort food during the campaign season. and we needed a lot of comfort. congratulations on your honor today. [applause] of course, there are some people here who are even more pleased than the graduates. that would be their parents. their years of prayers and devotions and investment have added up to this joyful achievement. -- devotion and inve
CSPAN
May 28, 2012 1:30am EDT
of the united states government and the president himself to actually conduct foreign policy. because a lot of foreign policy requires of course the cooperation of the legislative branch. it is not just difficult but impossible to imagine getting any major treaty through. maybe there is some chance of the wall of the sea treaty to get through. bruce has some better idea than i. but if you look at this as the two most threatening threats, the nuclear proliferation and the climate change. we are dead in the water because of the campaign in this town. one of the characters in american literature is quoted, pogo, we have met the enemy and it's us. that's the theme of what we are talking about. >> let me take it to you and your paper and the issues of ideas that lays out the idea. basically there are huge disagreements and different pathways in front of us. given the choices of barack obama and mitt romney. if you talk about that and where you see that reverberating, which situations around the world. >> sure, i think if things were going reasonably well in the world. it wouldn't make that much
CSPAN
May 27, 2012 9:35pm EDT
for the united states senate is his business background. it is legitimate to look for what kind of jobs he has created. the kind of jobs he has created are part-time jobs and minimum- wage jobs that do not have any health insurance. that is not the kind of job i want to create. there are different ways for venture-capitalists to deal with the situation like indiana. either you close the plant down, throw the people out of work, only hire back the younger workers. or you can retrain the workers, further education and training, invest in those companies and create full-time jobs at good pay with good benefits. that is the kind of record that would have impressed me in terms of creating jobs. what is wrong with mr. romney's companies providing the same thing? [applause] >> i have a lot of things to answer on that. in my view, the attack on part- time workers not having health insurance is the height of hypocrisy. senator kennedy and his family have a multiple real-estate empire across this country. that merchandise market has a free cash flow of $20 million a year. i am sure you know that your wo
CSPAN
May 27, 2012 6:30pm EDT
. this individual was to be present of the united states has to go into the african-american community and listen and learn as if this is alien territory to he's going to take me your leader. at this point, he should be an informed individual above all segments of american society. this is no time for a president to start discovering a large percentage of the population and try to understand what they are about. he should know. host: this morning tom friedman of "the new york times", says obama is not running on the success he had in key areas including the auto bailout. this comment came on our twitter page. he cannot blame president bush this time. all he can do is blame himself and say he will try harder. what is the president's message and how would you size up his campaign? guest: i think his message will develop during the campaign. he has spent some time recently on bain capital. the objective is to show that mitt romney is not the successful businessman he claims to be. but he will have to talk about his own record, what has happened in the last three years. it seems to me he has some thi
CSPAN
May 26, 2012 7:00pm EDT
check followed by the capacity. >> that's true. you always think the next president of the united states is going to be nicer to reporters than the one before. at the risk of sounding libe a ger i have a -- sounding like a geriatric reporter, it makes you picks up on stories that the sanctioned reporters are always there for the press conference. there is a new generation making a change. to me that's what they did. that's extra coverage to be on the outside and the inside. that's a good thing. >> so you went to russia. >> i did. >> and what kind of comparison do you have? >> the thing about the russians is they love to talk. you couldn't get them to stop talking. in china it was a little harder to pull stuff out, and people were so -- you had to spend such a long time talking about the fact that you were a foreigner and that you spoke chinese and that you commented on that for a long time before you could start asking questions. i think russia in the time of glastnost was more open than china in the 19 0's. i don't know about today. you do have a more southern region or chinese provoca
CSPAN
May 12, 2012 5:30pm EDT
to my teacher. what's up? olmstead versus the united states, what is that? in 1928. what was that about? guest: this is a court case i am not sure i have ever seen on the test. if you can use it, god bless you, my friend. i do not think this test will be a gotcha type question. it is not a history test. we know that for sure. many of you took the displacement history class, there are many gotcha questions. this will be a straight black and white type of exam. guest: any court case will be connected to some kind of bigger concept. whether it is separation of powers or protection of civil liberties. take the clues from the questions. you have an obscure court case, take the clues from the question and apply it and give an educated guess. guest: when court cases are on the exam, you will have an option. for those students out there panicking that there are a lot of cases to look at, you'll be fine. guest: i wish we had an option on that one. guest: i love federalism. i am predicting there will be a federalism question on the frq's. it using the metaphor of marble cake. marble cake federali
CSPAN
May 27, 2012 5:15pm EDT
relations with the united states but is independent and not -- the vision of egyptians is much more limited than people think in terms of the change they want, including in the role of religion. i know a lot of people are terrified by this idea that egypt will turn into a theocracy. there is always a danger, particularly when you have a political minority manipulated -- manipulating politics. but when you ask egyptians what role they want religion to play, two-thirds say they want sharia law to be the basis of law. but when you ask if they want sharia islamic law to be implemented in the penal code or if you use when the spirit adapted to modern times, 83% say they just want the spirit of sharia law adapted to modern times. even the most egyptians tend to be religious, they are not thinking about the role of religion in that way, and that showed itself in the election. decanted who placed third and who is very close to being one of the top two with roughly 23% of the vote, the biggest shocker is that he won in areas that were seem to be the conservative places like alexandria. but he was se
CSPAN
May 20, 2012 1:55am EDT
have manubrium evil eyes, i never knew that we have fun and the united states on the currency and basically, you need to know that we put it on the currency that is crazy. >>host: us a brand new and last fall.doing, you carry 7 this morning. >>guest: 1 but the inspiration, the biggest thing if you read the bible and fashion and style surrealism is to listen, and trent laminate this was inspired by the work of all you will see are works inspired is an in-your- face bhilai, settle, so real, is slowing on fire, that is a ct end and is gorgeous. thus have of what is on vico brooks and meeting cleanser beading jewelry and as traduce items and the [com [commercial] [♪ music ♪] >>host: i love althe jewelry welcome back i am here with carol grater sock dennis and doing a show with you. the first >>guest: the first time i met a shot i said i think we had about six and i said i hope you're going to stick because you are going to end up one of this entertainment shows. she is so good a wonderful. >>host: i am west coast california in your east coast manhattan and we do repres
CSPAN
May 13, 2012 3:30am EDT
a bank here in the united states. the financial sector itself has a keen interest in ensuring the integrity of its own operations. that is true for the financial sector broadly and it is true for each bank in the financial sector. part of what we do in addition to trying to coordinate with governments is to communicate directly to the financial sector about the importance of combating illicit finance. and of the importance of maintaining a reputation because that is what will assist them as they want to be players on the international financial stage. we have approached the chinese in the same fashion as others. we will continue to do that. >> i think one of the keys to your success is the recognition that reputation is the point of the realm. that is good. i think that is enough questions for me. why don't we start with questions. wait for a microphone. identify yourself. then pose a question. we have several hands up. let's start. >> i asked, when we liberated cobble -- kabul, evidence that the u.s. operation from one year before cost about $10,000. demobilize a $1 million w
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